In this exclusive video interview, EOG Resources Vice President Pam Roth sits down with Jessica Morales to break down energy policies and how oil and gas producers can demonstrate their ESG plans.
As regulatory requirements and ESG reporting and transparency increase to address gas flaring, “clean fracs” could be one solution for upstream oil and gas companies towards an energy transition.
The U.S. and Nigeria were among the countries noted for making strides in lowering volumes of flared gas.
Canadians are pushing on several diplomatic fronts against Mich. Gov. Whitmer’s order to shut Enbridge’s Great Lakes oil pipeline.
The lawsuit comes after a federal appeals court this month rejected New York City’s effort to hold five major oil companies liable to help pay the costs of harm caused by global warming.
Carbon capture technologies such as CCUS offer an opportunity to fast-track the energy transition, but experts say murky regulations in the U.S. are obstructing its path to a zero-carbon economy.
Following completion of its certification pilot projects announced this year, EQT says it will be producing more certified gas than any other U.S. producer’s entire natural gas production.
New York State, which has the third-largest pension fund in the U.S. with an estimated valuation of about $248 billion, will continue to invest in oil sands producer Suncor Energy.
The new Trafigura carbon trading team, to be headed by Hannah Hauman, will be based in Geneva, Houston and Singapore.
Bank of America, which is the second largest U.S. bank, said the latest announcement puts its total commitment to sustainable finance by 2030 at $1.5 trillion.